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new cbs news poll shows trump is trailing hillary clinton it shows people are very concerned with her private e-mail server. 46% of people polled say the answers are getting less believable. another cbs poll found when it comes to outreach with minority groups 60% feel both candidates are just doing it for votes not because they >> we have you covered with answers on the general election. click on campaign 2016 for the latest developments on the race for the white house. today pope francis declared mother theresa a september before a crowd of more than 100,000 people in st. peter's square defender of the unborn sick and abandoned. two miracles were attributed to
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credited with curing a tumor stricken cal cut a woman. she died in 1997 at the age of 87. the celebration stretched all the way here in the valley. hundreds of people honored mother theresa at st. mary's pa sill car in downtown phoenix some are actually surprised it didn't happen sooner. >> it should have been the day she died. it shouldn't have taken this long to be quite honest. >> seats a great person a lost us can learn from her. >> valley back in 1987. now on to a story that's gaining a lot of attention on our cbs 5 mobile app an elk in need of a helping hand and he could not have stumbled on to a more perfect property. leanne a a enrique easy. >>reporter: imagine walking out of your door and seeing
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yard tired and tangled we spoke to the woman who walked out to the scene and became there elk's hero. take a look at this video an elk clearly in distressed with a tire swing and log stuck and isn't antlers. we spoke with her over facetime. >> i literally had to take a double take because i thought i am not seeing what i think i'm seeing. and literally this poor a tire swing hung all tangled macramed tangled in his antlers. >>reporter: he was clearly agitated. you can hear him on video. >> the tire was on one side and this huge log was on the sore side and this log was going back and forth and smacking him in the face. >>reporter: but as luck would
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she's a vet vein. helping an animal this size was definitely a first for her. >> i grabbed one of these things i just kept saying to him please please please let me help and i put corn down on my table. >>reporter: it's a task that took nearly 12 hours and a whole lot of patience. >> so i would get a cut and then he'd kind of back up and i just kept talking to him and i i'd get another cut he actually took a snap for a >>reporter: here's the big moment. deborah finely got the elk free. >> i went up to him i cut it, and he was agree it was amazing. and he ate a couple of bites of corn and then he said see ya. >>reporter: deborah says it was a long and daunting task for both her and the elk but she kept talking the can
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given a new name the elk whisperer. all right mother nature certainly cooperating with our labor day weekend. i'm mark taylor in for ashli d. 101 the high here in phoenix. 103 the average for this time of the year two degrees cooler than considered normal for this time of the year record 112 back in 1945. across the valley of the sun we're looking at temperatures in the mid to upper # 0s low 90s for us from buckeye all the way to the van tanque valley. looking at across the state obviously much cooler 50 degrees in flagstaff 70 sedona. 88 phoenix 83 gila bend. when it comes to cloud cover and rain not seeing any. we're very dry we're not seeing any chance for thunderstorm activity for tomorrow into tuesday. nothing changed into wednesday. across the state same story looking at clear skies all
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tonight early toll morning labeled monday will be clear it will be sunny it will be hot. tomorrow morning when we wake up sleep until noon if you want to temperatures are going to be beautiful a day make sure to wear the sunscreen. tuesday the same story might see a little more cloud cover come tuesday afternoon, evening for the most part monday and tuesday sunny skies all day. overnight lows tonight 76 in phoenix. 72 gila bend. 67 over in stafford. 40 degrees up in flagstaff. 61 in page. daytime high 101, 82 in prescott. labor day monday 78 degrees cool, crisp. let's talk about that labor day monday it's going to be beautiful. outside temperatures are going to be hot and it will be sunny make sure you wear protection from the sun. 95 degrees by noon. a hundred degrees by 5:00. again that daytime high will be flirting with about a hundred.
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forecast let's take a look specifically at wednesday. that's when the chance for thunderstorm activity really returns to the valley at this point. we're putting it at about 40%. until then hot temperatures this is the unofficial end of summer but hot temperatures are going to stick with us. it's not quite fall like yet for us. >> lows in the 70s. i'll take it. thank you. well, it's 10:10. coming up giving back after death. wh and a woman seen in this video thought she was getting back at her ex-by setting his car on fire but she learned not all revenge is sweet. plus it's a holiday weekend but the next time you plug your
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. all new tonight for going to funeral. where arizonans are donating their bodies to science for
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philosophical. jared dillingham has answers how this final decision can benefit future generations. >>reporter: these students at midwestern university are getting a lesson in saving lives thanks to some high tech mannequins. there's only so much these dummies can do to make medical students smarter. >> we're very, very interested in making sure the student learns from not just a computer screen, not a piece of plastic but the actual human inyear president of midwestern says that's why the glendale campus recently added a body donation program and as a recent british documentary found it's perfect timing as more and more people are donating their bodies to science. >> one of the first things that we hear and we start with is they want to give back and the second has to do with financial benefit that they can provide to their families and so forth.
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anatomy professor dr. linda walter says most programs cover cremation costs that means families don't have to bear funeral expenses. >> the family still has closure because the remains can go back to take family. >>reporter: dr. tom beach and banner sun health research also accepts body donations says he sees more than financial incentives. >> i think most people who donate their body are doing so to find meaning with that last phase of their lie something useful to do even as they are departing. >>reporter: although he admits it might not be for everyone. >> there's other people who would probably never think of it and if they did think of it they wouldn't want to think about it too long. >>reporter: unlike midwestern where anatomy is the focus at banner research is key. >> we send out tissue almost 200 times a year. >>reporter: but however people choose to donate again inyear says it's a gift of life in death.
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are educating the future physicians and dentist in this country. so in a way it's a wonderful gift back to a university and to a program. >>reporter: i'm jared dillingham cbs 5 news. we have more information about body donation at both banner and midwestern university on our cbs 5 mobile app. all new at 10:00 check out how banged up this car is coming up here after joyride with good intentions. now the one wheel barely old enough to recite their abcs. the kids ages 3 and 5 they hopped in their parents car and they wanted to get to grandma's house in washington state. well the pair managed to get the suv started out of the driveway and into the road. miraculously though no one was hurt. they did drive through an intersection though and they were t-boned. >> i hold the kids both on their hands said where's your mom? sleeping i want to go to my grandma's house.
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heard reportedly sleeping when the kids took off for grandmas. no word on whether anyone will be in trouble over their trip. glen glad everyone's okay. caught on camera this that woman busted for setting a fire in the trunk of a car. as she thought it was her ex- boyfriend's car, but it turns out it wasn't his. you can see her kind of pushing around the contents in the truck you trunk to get the fire gone. she is charged with second degree arson. a new warning for anyone planning to rent a soon. lina de florias explains something we all do is allowing thieves to access our personal information. >>reporter: australia open the door to a rental car you also could be opening another door. this one for identity theft. the federal trailed commission warns you every time you mug your fine into a car it can download and record everything in your phone. we're talking all your phone numb numbers, where you work, where you go, where you shop, even your pictures and your text messages. so the problem is when you
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car, you could be connecting thieves to all of the info. if you plug your phone into the car's usb port or coact the bluetooth everything is stored in that car for the next person who rents it to find. use the adapter to plug into the cigarette lighter instead. also go into the car's connection options and not only disconnect your phone but you want to delete it from the car system before you turn it back in. lina de florias cbs 5 news. yelled's ea families around the state but for one custom couple it actually turned out to be a blessing. all 6 pounds 4 pounces of rains ly grace rain came into the world with a rumbling. the earthquake caused mom's water to break leading to the baby's birth. dad says it's a very memorable way to start his little girl's life. >> having the earthquakeing be there and not only that but being the biggest ever recorded
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looking back you came into this earth because of an earthquake a a school story that will last her whole life. >> mom and baby are doing well. will wealth tonight there's a mystery unfolding at the state fair in new york after someone s destroyed a sand sculpture of syncker justin bieber's face. this year's punishment features popular musicians and performer from the past few decades and intended to honor the state fair's grandstand which was demolished in january. always you see hollywood star that was targeted, the beebs. >> maybe this is an individual may have been intoxicated or may have an issue exactly just with mr. bieber. >> you can't touch steve martin can't mess with petty but bieber i'm all right with. >> the sculptors say they have moved on to their next project and they don't have any plans to fix bieber's face before the fair ends. well, it's a football
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the picture you see a crooked paint job ate high school game in south carolina get a lot of attention online. >> what were your reaction when you saw it. >> like somebody had been drink a little bit. >> the image of this squiggly sideline was posted on twitter it's been retweeted more than 4,000 times. the school district scratching their heads wondering how this even happened. >> i don't know exactly what happened with the drawing i doe know when it was game time it was approved for make on, so the game went on as normal. >> theol will fix the crooked line before the next home game game and joe i know if you were in charge it would have been done right the first time. >> all i've got to say is read between between the lines. the lines are your friends. the arizona cardinals stayed busy signing 8 players to the practice squad plus big red could be big in two quarterbacks to vie for the number 3 job. manny wilkins feeling about good after leading the devils
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paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. extreme discipline used on special needs kids at a boarding school he used to run. widespread cases of physical and sexual abuse. students were also stripped down and forced to wear nothing but a sheet. indisputable evidence that congressional candidate supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. they're there for a reason. because they're hopeless. because they're hopeless. a long history of abuse, the students may never recover. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. my son has meningitis b. but how did we end up here? his mom thought he had the flu and that he was covered by the meningococcal meningitis vaccine he had received. until 2014 there were no vaccines for meningitis b in the u.s. now there are. while uncommon, meningitis b can lead to death within 24 hours. trumenba is a vaccine for 10 through 25 year olds to help prevent group b meningococcal disease.
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quarterback tom brady holds the clipboard as jimmy garoppolo gets the start. it's a dream come true for linebacker lamar lewis. he worked hard and made good impression impressions he joins fellow lsu teammates patrick peterson tyrone matthew and kevin mentor as a member of the arizona cardinals. >> that's my goal to make it 53 whether it's here or somewhere else. you're playing for all 32 teams. that's not a big opportunity i don't know what it is. i just like to take advantage of every opportunity you never know what door is going to open. >> big red stays busy signing 8 players to the practice
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chris hubert adjoining a penny undrafted rookies. veteran shaq writ i can. according to espn car nationals will sign released quarterbacks aaron murray and sack diceers. baby steps the sun devil took some in the win over in n au pulled away with 24 point 4th quarter. asu get a dose of confidence as texas tech saturday. satisfying feeling for manny wilkins. go 44 yards 7 plays. wilkins calls his own number. 13-yard touchdown wilkins 20 of 27 for 180 yards and one pick. such a duel threat 89 yards rushing hurtling defender great at hety simple. wilkins walks away knowing he can guilty the job done. >> i thought he did a good g job managing the game he he made one bad decision throwing
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he responded to that. i like his demeanor on the sidelines. >> got to have better ball security. i feel can't make those mistakes with when momentum is going obviously i'll guilty better there part of the guys working putting a dominating win in. >> arizona wildcats are waking up in a world of hurt. things looked good late for the cats against byu. mick wilson bust a 49-yard go conversion no god az up 16 he 15. but jake old roadway boots a 33- yard game winning field goal. tropical topper in heartbreaking fashion. >> this game is all me. i got to step it up hit better and player may better. >> i got a hundred percent confidence. it's hard when you come out first game haven't played in a while. everybody wants to point to the quarterback. it's his fault.
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the factors. >> austin over time themmer between texas and number 10 noter day. the irish running from 17 down to josh adams beautiful 17-yard touchdown notre dame takes the lead. it goes to double overtime. texas quarterback tyrone swoops big physical dives in for the gain win rer. pulling off this stunner weekend in colorado. d-backs with 7 inning stretch. brandon due are you 2 for 4 with the three rbis. knocks in jake jake lamb for the tying run. comes through like a man child a 3 run blast arizona takes the series. and heads to la on monday. today angels pitcher matt shoemaker left the game after taking a line drive off of hal seeinger.
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his head but was alert an responsive. former sun deferral paul casey in touch with his surroundings at the deutsch bank championship. five under right number 18. casey hitting it like a champ. with the beautiful role station sometimes the role is the best this. almost goes in leads to a tap and eagle 3 thought shot lead of 3 behind. is tony stewart nice. not so wear. brian scott the 44 car heading to the concrete. his insurance rates just doubled. file lap martin truex, jr. good day for him he takes the checkered analogy. he's got nothing but love caps it off with the kiss of the track it's his second win of the season and first at darlington. and this week the build up to next sunday night the arizona cardinals open the season against the patriots. look for az it's all about making it to houston.
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>> we've got definitely big hopes for the cardinals we don't agree on everything.
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representative kyrsten sinema knows that. when congress refused to work and pass a budget, she said they shouldn't get a paycheck. that's just common sense. and that's something we can all agree on. call representative kyrsten sinema
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. final look at the 7-day forecast labor day monday looking hot sunny and dry. daytime high 101 same thing on tuesday things change come wednesday chance for monsoons return wednesdayte day. >> here we go.
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holmes: i present to you the human condition in all its sordid glory. it's a bunch of guys in a cell. we have a finite number of friday nights in our lives. why are we spending one of them here? because it's friday night. this is when the holding cells are at their busiest. you have before you a gilded opportunity to sharpen your deductive prowess. each one of these men, whether they realize it or not, is telling you the story of how he came to be here. it's written in their bearing, on their clothing. so, look at the guy and then tell you what they did. there's like 20 people in here. you find that intimidating? plaid shirt, very nervous, obviously never been in jail before. keeps fiddling with his wedding ring, feeling guilty about something, probably the hooker he picked up earlier. popped collar-- drunk and disorderly. that one's a layup.


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